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Welcome To Our eNewsletter ~ Jun 2018 Vol I

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Forbes: Everyone wants to see Alzheimer’s disease cured; and certainly theories abound regarding its cause and a potential cure. But what puzzles even more of us and concerns physicians and scientists alike are the host of products being sold that claim to prevent or treat memory loss without any hardcore old-fashioned science to back it up. In fact, the concern is so great that the Alzheimer’s Association—the world’s leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research—has compiled a list of these alternative medicines and the hard truth behind them. READ MORE

Today.Com: Most people think of Alzheimer's as an old person's disease, but doctors say it can actually start formulating in your brain as early as your 30s. While that might be a scary thought, there are a few lifestyle changes you can make now that experts believe could impact your risk of developing the disease. READ MORE

Health Day News: Even if you discover that you have the first biological signs of Alzheimer's, you are not doomed to develop the crippling dementia, a new study suggests. "Just because you have amyloid [proteins] in the brain doesn't mean you're going to get dementia tomorrow. It doesn't mean you're going to get dementia in five years," said lead researcher Ron Brookmeyer. He's a professor of biostatistics with UCLA's Fielding School of Public Health. READ MORE

MIT News: People with a gene variant called APOE4 have a higher risk of developing late-onset Alzheimer’s disease: APOE4 is three times more common among Alzheimer’s patients than it is among the general population. However, little is known about why this version of the APOE gene, which is normally involved in metabolism and transport of fatty molecules such as cholesterol, confers higher risk for Alzheimer’s. READ MORE

MedicalXpress: Dementia is an age-related disease that is becoming ever more prevalent as demographics change. It affects primarily people over the age of 80, with this group accounting for more than 70 percent of all dementia sufferers. Caring for these patients is an enormous challenge for their families and caregivers, especially since, in most cases, key health data lacks any useful structure and is not available when it is needed. It is hoped that a miniaturized, modular measurement and advisory system being developed in a joint project that includes Fraunhofer researchers will soon ease this situation. The system uses inconspicuous sensors to automatically measure dementia patients' health and care data and suggests personalized treatment options based on their current condition.. READ MORE

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